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jrdunn

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About jrdunn

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    Cashion, OK, USA
  • Interests
    Leatherwork, welding, anything mechanical, livestock

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Dabbling. Is that a word?
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    Sewing and machine repair
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    Searches about sewing machines

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  1. Yeah, It turned into a "uninating contest" before I even read it. I just figured it was "whack a mole" day and kept my head down. Confession: I do use Olive oil(I know, shame, shame!). It seems to leave my leather less greasy My father in law used tallow on his saddle since 1942 and I still have the saddle. As usual, this is all just my two cents. No warranty expressed or implied. Jim
  2. jrdunn

    A new knife

    Yeah, Chuck made this one for me and I love it! It cuts good pushing or pulling and holds an edge pretty well. If it starts getting a little difficult to cut, strop it a little. No worries. Thanks Chuck! Sorry for the slow review. Been trying to wear it out! Jim
  3. +1 on Traditions. I was in there a couple weeks ago and they have some nice double shoulders. American hides, tanned in Mexico. JM2C, Jim
  4. jrdunn

    Donation

    Take it easy, bub. This is the first time I have seen it. I really like it! I only have time to look at the new stuff and possibly a little research when I get on here. I don't usually post anything. I know I'm not very good but I still enjoy it. My praise may not mean much since I'm not very accomplished myself. Sorry for the long post. JM2C, Jim
  5. Welcome to Leatherworker.net !
  6. I'm for rawhide. I've had an old Tandy rawhide hammer for years and got a heavier (2 lb.) rawhide maul about a year ago for the heavier stuff. JM2C
  7. Ken, Welcome to Leatherworker.net from a fellow Okie. Wiz is great help as always! Jim
  8. I like where your pattern is going. Somewhere I read (on here I think) that beveling around the barbed wire tooling really improves it. I haven't used them, so I don't know. It looked better in the pictures. JM2C
  9. Sorry for the sarcasm. I did find this, though. https://www.ebay.com/itm/294369129812?chn=ps&var=592982284511&_trkparms=ispr%3D1&amdata=enc%3A1fKPvdja_QlGndLBZtofeKA82&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-117182-37290-0&mkcid=2&itemid=592982284511_294369129812&targetid=1585159292091&device=c&mktype=&googleloc=9026179&poi=&campaignid=15275224983&mkgroupid=131097072938&rlsatarget=pla-1585159292091&abcId=9300697&merchantid=6296724&gclid=Cj0KCQjw8uOWBhDXARIsAOxKJ2GMsyb-EZZgkPyoTWsxGYkTz2LFqtR_nQTClKzYShb-lWWaHO-sNG4aAr4vEALw_wcB
  10. I don't know for sure but I would assume on the south end of a north bound turtle. Sorry, just kidding. Jim
  11. They don't call them GRAND daughters for nothing. My two receive and inordinate amount of my leatherwork.
  12. Then we could start a whole new sub-forum (I got plenty!)
  13. And I ain't tellin' nobody.
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